Artist: Preslav Literary School Album: Aura (2009) Aura contains a piano piece originally written by ocdc, the words of Carlos Fuentes, odd environmental recordings,elements taken from decaying magnetic tape, and various other forgotten and untitled audio materials. Apologies and thanks where due. Originally made for a dance performance of the same name by Katerina Valdivia Bruch in Smederevo, Serbia in 2009. Mixed and mastered on Audacity for Linux. Released under Creative Commons. Topics: Preslav Literary School, tape music, noise, ambient, aura, amp-recs, magnetic tape, ambient, art...
[EC002] Preslav Literary School – Beautiful Was The Time (cd) file under: ambient, acousmatic, drone, music concrete, collage, experimental, avant garde.... release summary: Second 'studio' album from Berlin-based Adam Thomas. 30 minutes of understated melodic drones, cassette symphonies and analogue disintegration taken 'live' from over 100 salvaged and reconstructed tapes found, bought & borrowed over a two year period. 100 Cdrs with commissioned artwork and inserts. Biog: Formed in May... Topics: elephant and castles, preslav literary school
Debut release from UK/Berlin-based musician Preslav Literary School. Directly inspired by early Jim O'Rourke recordings, the piece is composed from a series of delayed tape sounds, reversed drones and field recordings as well as from material extracted from open sources including ringtones by Carsten Nicolai. ___ Recording sonic experiments, spoken word, birdsong and drones onto cassette tapes and dictaphones, Preslav Literary School mixes these sources live with other found sound (including... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: experimental, soundscape, drone, tape music, ambient, field recordings, other Source: Clinical Archives
GFDM013: Preslav Literary School & Fake Mistress - Radio Archiv Radioarchiv is the live recording of a 'blind date' between Fake Mistress (DE) and Preslav Literary School (UK). The two artists met in the Funkwelle FM studio, Berlin on the 23rd July 2008 for the first time - one hour later, they had improvised a collaboration which was broadcast live-to-air on the Salon Bruit show. Featuring Preslav Literary School's acousmatic, concrete sounds and Fake Mistress's unique voice, the two... Topics: experimental, improvisation, Berlin, radio, broadcast, dictaphone, voice